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Philipp W. Simon Publication List

  1. Simon, P.W. Free amino acids inSolanum chacoense: developmental studies and comparative studies and comparative studies of sterile and fertile anthers. BIOS 44: 179-187. 1973.
  2. Simon, P.W. and S.J. Peloquin. Pollen vigor as a function of mode of 2n gamete formation in potatoes. J. Hered. 67:204-208. 1976.
  3. Simon, P.W. and S.J. Peloquin. The influence of paternal species on the origin of callus in anther culture ofSolanumhybrids. Theor. Appl. Genet. 50:53-56. 1977.
  4. Simon, P.W. and C.E. Peterson. Genetic and environmental components of carrot culinary and nutritive value. Acta Hort. 93:271-278. 1979.
  5. Simon, P.W., C.E. Peterson, and R.C. Lindsay. Genetic and environmental influences on carrot flavor. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 105:416-420. 1980.
  6. Simon, P.W., C.E. Peterson, and R.C. Lindsay. Correlations between sensory and objective parameters of carrot flavor. J. Agric. Food Chem. 28:549-552. 1980.
  7. Simon, P.W., R.C. Lindsay and C.E. Peterson. Analysis of carrot volatiles collected on porous polymer traps. J. Agric. Food Chem. 28:559-562. 1980.
  8. Simon, P.W. and S. J. Peloquin. Inheritance of electrophoretic variants of tuber proteins inSolanum tuberosumhaploids. Biochem. Genet. 18:1055-1061. 1980.
  9. Simon,. P.W., C.E. Peterson and R.C. Lindsay. The improvement of flavor in a program of carrot genetics and breeding. In ACS Symp. Ser. #170, "Quality of Selected Fruits and Vegetables of North America", by R. Teranishi and H. Barrera-Benitez, eds., pp. 109-118 (Book Chapter). 1980.
  10. Simon, P.W., C.E. Peterson and R.C. Lindsay. Genotype, soil, and climate effects on sensory and objective components of carrot flavor. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 107:644-648. 1982.
  11. Simon,. P.W. Genetic variation for volatile terpenoids in roots of carrot, Daucus carotaL., inbreds and F 1hybrids. Phytochemistry 21: 1299-1303. 1982.
  12. Simon, P.W. Genetic variation for volatile terpenoids in roots of carrot, Daucus carotaL., backcrosses and F 2generation. Phytochemistry 21: 875-879. 1982.
  13. Bassett, M.J., J.O. Strandberg, J.M. White, C.E. Peterson and P.W. Simon. Florida 524 carrot inbred. HortSci. 17:264-265. 1982.
  14. Freeman, R.E. and P.W. Simon. Evidence for simple genetic control of sugar type in carrot (Daucus carotaL.). J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 108: 50-54. 1983.
  15. Simon, P.W. and R.C. Lindsay. Effects of processing upon objective and sensory variable of carrots. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 108: 928-931. 1983.
  16. Yates, S.G., R.E. England, W.F. Kwolek and P.W. Simon. Analysis of carrot constitutents: myristicin, falcarinol, and falcarindiol. In ACS Symposium, "Xenoiotics in Food and Feeds", J.W. Finley and D.E. Schwass (eds.). ACS Sumposium Series Publ. 234, Washington, DC (Book Chapter). 1983.
  17. Simon, P.W. Carrot genetics. Plant Mol. Bio. Rptr 2:54-63. 1984.
  18. Simon,. P.W., and C.E. Peterson. Controlled pollinations of carrots. Plant Mol. Bio. Rptr 2:43-44. 1984.
  19. Simon, P.W. and R.E. Freeman. A rapid method for screening reducing sugar in carrot roots. HortSci. 20:133-134. 1985.
  20. Simon, P.W. Genetic effects on the flavor of stored carrots. Acta Hort. 163:137-142. 1985.
  21. Simon, P.W. Carrot flavor: effects of genotype, growing conditions, storage, and processing. In ACS Symposium, "Evaluation of Quality of Fruits and Vegetables", H.E. Patee (ed.), AVI Publ. Co., Westport, CT. pp.315-328. (Book Chapter). 1985.
  22. Harrison, H.C., J.E. Staub, and P.W. Simon. The effects of sludge, bed, and genotype on carrot and cucumber flavor. HortSci. 20:209-211. 1985.
  23. Simon, P.W. Use and improvement of carrot for genetic studies. In Proceedings of Carrot Somatic Embryogenesis Symposium. (Book Chapter) M. Terzi; L. Pitto, and Z.R. Sung (eds.), IPRA Publication, Rome, Italy. pp. 194-198. (Book Chapter). 1985.
  24. Peterson, C.E. and P.W. Simon. Carrot Breeding. In "Breeding Vegetable Crops", M.J. Bassett (ed.), AVI Publishing, Westport, CT. (Book Chapter, reviewed). 1986.
  25. Senalik, D.A. and P.W. Simon. Relationship between oil ducts and volatile terpenoid content in carrot roots. Amer. J. Botany 73:60-63. 1986. [Complete publication at JStor]
  26. Rengwalska, M.M. and P.W. Simon. Laboratory evaluation of pink root and Fusarium basal rot resistance in garlic. Plant Disease 70:670-672. 1986.
  27. Struckmeyer, B.E. and P.W. Simon. Anatomy of fertile and male-sterile carrot flowers from different genetic sources. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 111:965-968. 1986.
  28. Peterson, C.E., P.W. Simon and L. A. Ellerbrock. 'Sweet Sandwich' onion. HortSci. 21:1466-1468. 1986.
  29. Fanourakis, N.E. and P.W. Simon. Analysis of genetic linkage in cucumber. J. Hered. 78: 238-242. 1987.
  30. Fanourakis, N.E. and P.W. Simon. Inheritance and linkage studies of the fruit epidermis structure in cucumber. J. Hered. 78:369-371. 1987.
  31. Senalik, D.A. and P.W. Simon. Quantifying intra-plant variation of volatile terpenoids in carrot. Phytochemistry 26:1975-79. 1987.
  32. Simon, P.W., C.E. Peterson, M.J. Bassett, J.O. Strandberg, J.M. White and V.E. Rubatzky. B2566 carrot inbred. HortSci. 22:327. 1987. [Complete publication]
  33. Simon, P.W. and X.Y. Wolff. Carotenes in typical and dark orange carrots. J. Agric. Food Chem. 35:1017-1022. 1987.
  34. Peterson, C.E., P.W. Simon, V.E. Rubatzky and J.O. Strandberg. Beta III carrot. HortSci. 23:917. 1988.
  35. Simon, P.W. Genetic improvement of carrots for meeting human nutritional needs. In Proceedings of the 1st International Symposium on Horticultural and Human Health, by B. Quebedeaux and F.A. Bliss (eds), Prentice-Hall Publ. Co., Englewood Cliffs, NJ. (Book Chapter). 1988.
  36. Stommel, J.R. and P.W. Simon. Influence of 2-deoxy-D-glucose upon growth and invertase activity of carrot (Daucus carotaL.) cell suspension cultures. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 16:89-102. 1989.
  37. Simon, P.W., X.Y. Wolff, C.E. Peterson, D.S. Kammerlohr, V.E. Rubatzky, J.O. Strandberg, M.J. Basset, and J.M. White. High Carotene Mass Carrot Population. HortSci. 24:174-175. 1989.
  38. Stommel, J.R. and P.W. Simon. Phenotypic recurrent selection and heritability estimates for total dissolved solids and sugar type in carrot. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 114:695-699. 1989.
  39. Simon, P.W. and D.A. Senalik. Measurement of vegetable quality - research and its application. Acta Hort. 244:45-55. 1989.
  40. Al-Safadi, B. and P.W. Simon. The effects of gamma irradiation on the growth and cytology of carrot tissue culture. Env. Exp. Bot. 30: 361-371. 1990.
  41. Stommel, J.R. and P.W. Simon. Multiple forms of invertase fromDaucus carotacell cultures. Phytochemistry 29: 2087-2089. 1990.
  42. Simon, P.W., C.E. Peterson, and W.H. Gabelman. B493 and B9304, carrot inbreds for use in breeding, genetics and tissue culture. HortSci. 25:815. 1990.
  43. Simon, P.W. Carrots and other horticultural crops as a source of provitamin A carotenes. HortSci. 25: 1495-1499. 1990.
  44. Feirer, R.P. and P.W. Simon. The relationships between ethylene production and regeneration. In Polyamines and Ethylene by H. Flores, R. Arteca, J. Shannon (eds.). Am. Soc. Plant Physiol. (Book Chapter) 1991.
  45. Feirer, R.P. and P.W. Simon. Biochemical differences between carrot inbreds differing in plant regeneration potential. Plant Cell Rpts 10:152-155. 1991.
  46. Simon, P.W., W.H. Gabelman, and D.F. Franklin. Henry A. Jones. HortScience 26:1115-1118. 1991.
  47. Stommel, J.R. and P.W. Simon. Isolation and characterization ofDaucus carotaL. cell lines resistant to 2-deoxy-D-glucose. Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture 25:147-152. 1991.
  48. Simon, P.W. Genetic improvement of vegetable carotene content. Proc. Third Internatl. Symposium Biotech and Nutrition. 291-300, Butterworth-Heinemann. (Book Chapter) 1992.
  49. Michalik, B., P.W. Simon and W.H. Gabelman. Assessing susceptibility of carrot roots to bacterial soft rot. HortSci. 27:1020-1022. 1992.
  50. Thomas, D.J., K. Parkin and P.W. Simon. Development of a simple pungency indicator test for onions. J. Sci. Food Agric. 60:499-504. 1992.
  51. Pooler, M.R. and P.W. Simon. Characterization and classification of isozyme and morphological variation in a diverse collection of garlic clones. Euphytica 68:121-130. 1993. [Abstract]
  52. Pooler, M.R. and P.W. Simon. Garlic flowering in response to clone, photoperiod, growth temperature, and cold storage. HortScience 28:1085-1086. 1993. [Abstract]
  53. Simon, P.W. Carrot,Daucus carotaL. In: Genetic Improvement of Vegetable Crops, G. Kaloo and B. Bergh (eds.), Pergamon Press Ltd., Tarrytown, NY. (Book Chapter) 1993.
  54. Simon, P.W. Breeding carrot, cucumber, onion, and garlic for improved quality and nutritional value. Hort. Bras. 11:171-173. 1993. [Complete publication]
  55. Pooler, M.R. and P.W. Simon. True seed production in garlic. Sex. Plant Reprod. 7:282-286. 1994. [Abstract]
  56. Simon, P.W. Genetic analysis of pungency and soluble solids in long-storage onions. Euphytica. 82:1-8. 1995. [Abstract]
  57. Al-Safadi, B., and P.W. Simon. Gamma irradiation - induced variation in carrots. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 121:599-603. 1996. [Abstract]
  58. Morelock, T.E., P.W. Simon, and C.E. Peterson. Wisconsin Wild: Another petaloid male-sterile cytoplasm for carrot. HortScience 31:887-888. 1996. [Complete publication]
  59. Simon, P.W. Inheritance and expression of purple and yellow storage root color in carrot. J. Hered. 87:63-66. 1996. [Abstract]
  60. Simon, P.W. Plant pigments for color and nutrition. HortScience 32: 12-13. (cover story) 1997. [Complete publication]
  61. Simon, P.W. and J.P. Navazio. Early Orange Mass 400, Early Orange Mass 402, and Late Orange Mass 404: High-carotene cucumber germplasm. HortScience 32:144-145. 1997. [Complete publication]
  62. Simon, P.W., V.E. Rubatzky, M.J. Bassett, J.O. Strandberg, and J.M. White. B7262, purple carrot inbred. HortScience 32:146-147. 1997. [Complete publication]
  63. Simon, P.W. and J.O. Strandberg. Diallel analysis of resistance in carrot to alternaria leaf blight. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 123:412-415. 1998. [Abstract]
  64. Myers, J.M. and P.W. Simon. Continuous callus production and regeneration of garlic (Allium sativumL.) using root segments from shoot tip-derived plantlets. Plant Cell Reports. 17:726-730. 1998. [Abstract]
  65. Bradeen, J.M. and P.W. Simon. Conversion of an AFLP fragment linked to the carrot Y 2locus to a simple, codominant, PCR-based marker form. Theor. Appl. Genet. 97:960-967. 1998. [Abstract]
  66. Vivek, B.S. and P.W. Simon. Genetic relationships and diversity in carrot and other Daucus taxa based on nuclear restriction fragment length polymorphisms (nRFLPs). J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 123:1053-1057. 1998. [Abstract]
  67. Boiteux, L.S., M.E.N. Fonseca, and P.W. Simon. Effects of plant tissue and DNA purification method on randomly amplified polymorphic DNA-based genetic analysis in carrot. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 124:32-38. 1999. [Abstract]
  68. Vivek, B.S. and P.W. Simon. Phylogeny and relationships in Daucus based on restriction fragment length polymorphisms (RFLPs) of the chloroplast and mitochondrial genomes. Euphytica 105:183-189. 1999. [Abstract]
  69. Vivek, B.S., Q.A. Ngo, and P.W. Simon. Evidence for maternal inheritance of the chloroplast genome in cultivated carrot (Daucus carota L. ssp. sativus). Theor. Appl. Genet. 98:669-672. 1999. [Abstract]
  70. Vivek, B.S. and P.W. Simon. Linkage relationships among molecular markers and storage root traits of carrot (Daucus carotaL. ssp. sativus). Theor. Appl. Genet. 99:58-64. 1999. [Abstract]
  71. Myers, JM. and P.W. Simon. Regeneration of garlic as affected by clonal variation, plant growth regulators, and culture conditions over time. Plant Cell Reports 19: 32-36. 1999. [Abstract]
  72. Boiteux, L.S., M.E.N. Fonseca and P.W. Simon. Host status and reaction ofArabidopsis thalianaecotypes to infection by the northern root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne hapla). Plant Breeding 118: 355-358. 1999.
  73. Farnham, M.W., P.W. Simon, and J.R. Stommel. Improving phytonutrient content through plant genetic improvement. Nutr. Rev. 57: S19-S26. [Summary]
  74. Rubatzky, V.E., C.F. Quiros, and P.W. Simon. Carrots and related vegetableUmbelliferae. CABI Publishing. New York, NY. 294 pp. 1999.
  75. M. Briard, V. Le Clerk, D. Grzebelus, D. Senalik and P.W. Simon. Modified Protocols for Rapid Carrot Genomic DNA Extraction and AFLP TMAnalysis using Silver Stain or Radioisotopes. Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 18: 235-241. 2000. DOI 10.1007/BF02823994
  76. Simon, P.W., W.C. Matthews, and P.A. Roberts. Evidence for simply inherited dominant resistance to Meloidogyne javanicain carrot. Theor. Appl. Genet. 100: 735-742. 2000.
  77. Boiteux, L.S., J.G. Belter, P.A. Roberts, and P.W. Simon. RAPD linkage map of the genomic region encompassing the root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne javanica) resistance locus in carrot. Theor. Appl. Genet. 100: 439-446. 2000. [Abstract]
  78. Simon, P.W. Domestication, historical development, and modern breeding of carrot. Plant Breed. Rev.  New York, N.Y. : John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2000. v. 19 p. 157-190.
  79. John P. Navazio and Philipp W. Simon. Diallel Analysis of High Carotenoid Content in Cucumbers. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 126(1): 100-104. 2001.
  80. Grzebelus, D, B. Jagosz, P.W. Simon, and B. Michalik.  The use of AFLP markers for the identification of carrot breeding lines and F1 hybrids. Plant Breeding 120:526-528.  2001.
  81. Simon, P.W. Pigments. In: Plant Sciences. Macmillan Science Library. R. Robinson, ed. Macmillan Ref. USA. New York, NY. 2001. ISBN 0-02-865434-X pages 156-157.
  82. Simon, P.W. Carotenoids. In: Plant Sciences. Macmillan Science Library. R. Robinson, ed. Macmillan Ref. USA. New York, NY. 2001. ISBN 0-02-865434-X pages 129-131.
  83. James M. Bradeen, Inga C. Bach, Mathilde Briard, Val?rie le Clerc, Dariusz Grzebelus, Douglas A. Senalik and Philipp W. Simon. Molecular Diversity Analysis of Cultivated Carrot (Daucus carotaL.) and Wild Daucus Populations Reveals a Genetically Nonstructured Composition. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 127(3):383-391. 2002.
  84. Inga C. Bach, Annette Olesen & Philipp W. Simon. PCR-based markers to differentiate the mitochondrial genomes of petaloid and male fertile carrot (Daucus carotaL.) Euphytica 127:353-365. 2002.
  85. Etoh, T. and P.W. Simon. Diversity, fertility and seed production of garlic. In: Allium Crop Science: Recent Advances. H.D. Rabinowitch and L. Currah, ed. CABI Publishing. New York, NY. 2002.
  86. Carlos A.F. Santos and Philipp W. Simon. Some AFLP amplicons are highly conserved DNA sequences mapping to the same linkage groups in two F 2populations of carrot. Genetics and Molecular Biology, 25(2):195-201. 2002.
  87. C.A.F. Santos, P.W. Simon. QTL analyses reveal clustered loci for accumulation of major provitamin A carotenes and lycopene in carrot roots. Mol Genet Genomics 268:122-129. 2002.
  88. Meryem Ipek, Ahmet Ipek, Philipp W. Simon. Comparison of AFLPs, RAPD Markers, and Isozymes for Diversity Assessment of Garlic and Detection of Putative Duplicates in Germplasm Collections. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 128(2):246-252. 2003.
  89. Philipp W. Simon, Maria M. Jenderek. Flowering, Seed Production, and the Genesis of Garlic Breeding. Plant Breeding Reviews, Vol. 23 Chapter 5. pp.211-244. 2003. ISBN 0-471-35421-X
  90. Yuan-Yeu Yau and PhilippW. Simon. A 2.5-kb insert eliminates acid soluble invertase isozyme II transcript in carrot (Daucus carotaL.) roots, causing high sucrose accumulation. Plant Molecular Biology 53:151-162. 2003.
  91. Simon. P.W.  Vegetables and vitamins, plants and people.  Folia Horticulturae 15:3-12. 2003.
  92. Fonseca, M.E.N., and P.W. Simon. Molecular breeding of vegetables for improved provitamin A carotenoid content. In: Encycl. of Life Support Systems. I. Cakmak, ed. UNESCO-EOLSS Publishing. Paris, France. 2004. On line at 12 pages
  93. Fonseca, M.E.N., J.P. Navizio, and P.W. Simon. Classical breeding of vegetables for improved provitamin A carotenoid content. In: Encycl. of Life Support Systems. I. Cakmak, ed. UNESCO-EOLSS Publishing. Paris, France. 2004. On line at 13 pages 
  94. L.S. Boiteux, J.R. Hyman, I.C. Bach, M.E.N. Fonseca, W.C. Matthews, P.A. Roberts & P.W. Simon. Employment of flanking codominant STS markers to estimate allelic substitution effects of a nematode resistance locus in carrot. Euphytica 136: 37-44, 2004.
  95. Santos, C.A.F., and P.W. Simon.  Merging carrot linkage groups based on conserved
    dominant AFLP markers in F2 populations.  J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 129: 211-217. 2004.
  96. Surles, R.L., Ning Weng, P.W Simon, and S. A. Tanumihardjo. Carotenoid profiles and consumer sensory evaluation of specialty carrots (Daucus carota L.) of various colors. J. Agric. Food Chem. 52: 3417 -3421.  2004.
  97. Molldrem, K.L., Jialiang Li, P. W Simon and S. A Tanumihardjo. Lutein and ?-carotene from lutein-containing yellow carrots are bioavailable in humans. Amer. J. Clin. Nutrit. 80: 131-136. 2004.
  98. MA Horvitz, PW Simon and SA Tanumihardjo. Lycopene and ?-carotene are bioavailable from lycopene 'red' carrots in humans. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 58:803-811. 2004.
  99. Just. B. J., and P. W. Simon. "Breeding for Nutritional Quality" In: Encyclopedia of Plant and Crop Science.  R.M. Goodman, ed. Marcel Dekker. New York, NY. pp. 182-185. 2004
  100. Ipek, M., A. Ipek, S. Almquist, and P.W. Simon. Demonstration of linkage and development of the first low-density genetic linkage map of garlic, based on AFLP markers.  Theor. Appl. Genet. 110:228-236. 2005.
  101. Yau, Y.Y,  K.Santos, and P.W. Simon. Molecular tagging and selection for sugar type in carrot roots using co-dominant, PCR-based markers. Molec. Breeding 16: 1-10. 2005.
  102. Kurilich,  A.C., B.A. Clevidence, S.J. Britz, P.W. Simon, and J.A. Novotny.  Plasma and urine responses are lower for acylated vs. nonacylated anthocyanins from raw and cooked purple carrots.  J. Agric. Food Chem. 53: 6537-6542. 2005.
  103. Santos, C.A.F.,  D.A. Senalik, and P.W. Simon.  Path analysis suggests phytoene accumulation is the key step limiting the carotenoid pathway in white carrot roots. Genet. Molec. Biol. 28:287-293. 2005.
  104. Simon. P.W. Realizing value from Central Asian Allium germplasm collections. HortScience 40: 309-310. 2005.
  105. Grzebelus D., Yuan-Yeu Yau, and P. W. Simon. Master - a novel family of PIF/Harbinger-like transposable elements identified in carrot (Daucus carota L.).  Molec. Genet. Genomics 275:450-459. 2006. DOI 10.1007/s00438-006-0102-3
  106. Baranski, R., M. Baranska, H. Schulz, P.W. Simon, and T. Nothnagel.  Single seed Raman measurements allow taxonomical discrimination of Apiaceae accessions collected in gene banks.  Biopolymers 81: 497-505. 2006
  107. Santos, C.A.F.,  and P.W. Simon.  Heritabilites and miminimum gene number estimates of carrot carotenoids.  Euphytica 151: 79-86. 2006
  108. Porter Dosti, M.  J. P. Mills, P.W. Simon, and S. A.Tanumihardjo,  Bioavailability of ?-carotene (?C) from purple carrots is the same as typical orange carrots while high-?C carrots increase ?C stores in Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguiculatus) Brit. J. Nutrit. 96: 258-267. 2006.
  109. Ipek, M., A. Ipek  and P. W. Simon. Association of reversible inactivation of the maize transposable element Dswith tissue-specific processing of the 35S:TPasetranscript in carrot (Daucus carotaL.). J. Hort. Sci. Biotechnol. 81: 819-826. 2006.
  110. Ipek, M., A. Ipek  and P. W. Simon Sequence homology of polymorphic AFLP markers in garlic (Allium sativum L.) Genome 49:1246-1255. 2006.
  111. A. Ipek, P. Masson,  and P. W. Simon.  Genetic transformation of an Ac/Ds-based transposon tagging system in carrot (Daucus carota L.). Europ. J. Hort. Sci. 71:245-251. 2006.
  112. B.J. Just, C.A.F. Santos, M.E.N. Fonseca, L.S. Boiteux, B.B. Oloizia, and P.W. Simon. Carotenoid biosynthesis structural genes in carrot (Daucus carota): Isolation, sequence-characterization, single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers and genome mapping. Theor. Appl. Genet. 114: 693-704. 2007.
  113. D. Grzebelus, B. Jagosz and P. W. Simon The DcMaster Transposon Display maps polymorphic insertion sites in the carrot (Daucus carota L.) genome.  Gene 390: 67-74. 2007.
  114. Simon, P.W., and I.L. Goldman. Carrot. In: Genetic Resources, Chromosome Engineering, and Crop Improvement Series, Volume 3, Chapter 11. Edited by R.J. Singh. CRC Pres, Boca Raton, FL. pp. 497-517. 2007.
  115. Cavagnaro, P.F., A. Camargo, C.R. Galmarini and P.W. Simon. Effect of cooking on garlic (Allium sativum) antiplatelet activity and thiosulfinates content. J. Agric. Food Chem. 55: 1280-1288. 2007.
  116. Mills, Jordan P., Philipp W. Simon, and Sherry A. Tanumihardjo. Biofortified Carrot Intake Enhances Liver Antioxidant Capacity and Vitamin A Status in Mongolian Gerbils. J. Nutr. 138 1692-1698. 2008.
  117. Iovene, Marina, Susan M. Wielgus, Philipp W. Simon, C. Robin Buell and Jiming Jiang. Chromatin Structure and Physical Mapping of Chromosome 6 of Potato and Comparative Analyses With Tomato. Genetics 180: 1307-1317. 2008. DOI 10.1534/genetics.108.093179
  118. Pablo F. Cavagnaro, Sang-Min Chung, Marek Szklarczyk, Dariusz Grzebelus, Douglas Senalik, Anne E. Atkins, Philipp W. Simon. Characterization of a deep-coverage carrot (Daucus carotaL.) BAC library and initial analysis of BAC-end sequences. Mol Genet Genomics 281:273-288. 2009 DOI 10.1007/s00438-008-0411-9[Link to electronic supplementary material]